Published: 05 Jun 2007

Guest Lecture - Aidan Hughes

Illustrator and artist Aidan Hughes will be lecturing on storyboarding and animation for the Communicating with images class at 13:20 on June 5. This is a great opportunity to see how storyboarding is done by a professional in the industry. 

If you are intersted in attending this lecture, contact Jeff Buehler.

Born and educated in Merseyside, England, artist Aidan Hughes' influences include the woodcuts of Frans Masereel and Lynd Ward, the comic art of Jack Kirby, the propaganda posters of the Russian Constructivists and Italy's Dynamo Futurista and the paintings of John Martin. He founded é publications with Malcolm Bennett in 1979, producing literature and performing in the UK and Europe until the late 80's. After relocating to Europe and then the US, Hughes finally returned to the UK where he continues to paint and work as a commercial illustrator.